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DAY OF SALE 
TUESDAY, 14th APRIL, 1964 
commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


ON VIEW Friday and Monday prior and Morning of Sale 





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CONDITIONS OF SALE 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided 
the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


SeconD.—No person to advance less than 1s.; above five pounds, 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 


Tairp.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price 
imposed by the seller and (6) to the right of the seller 
to bid either personally or else by any one person who 
may be the Auctioneer. 


FourtH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in 
part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
tf required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased 
to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 


FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven days from 
date of sale. 


Srxtu.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between 
buyer and seller and for both equitably. 


The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
the safe custody of any lots left more than three days 
after the sale. 


Please Note. 
The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:— 


A’=gold, AR=silver, AX=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
Bi=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed 
that the coins and medals are not in good condition. 


ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS 


Lot 


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10 


11 


in Gold and Silver 


DAY OF SALE 


Tuesday, 14th April, 1964 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


ENGLISH GOLD COINS 
Elizabeth I, Half-Pound, early issue. beaded inner circle, m.m. 
rose (slightly smaller m.m. on reverse). Very fine and rare. 
James I, Unite, m.m. tower (1612-3). About fine. 


Scotland, James VI, Unite, tenth coinage, Arms of Scotland in 
first and fourth quarters, m.m. thistle. Almost very fine. 


Charles I, Crown, m.m. tun. Very fine. 
Commonwealth, Crown, 1649. Fine and rare. 
James I, Unite, m.m. tower (1612-3). Fine. 


Henry VIII, first coinage, Angel, m.m. portcullis, a very fine full 
coin but plugged and has been mounted; second coinage, 
Crown of the double-rose, H-R, almost fine, cracked. 


Edward VI, Half-Sovereign, with name of Henry VIII, m.m. 
martlet. 


Elizabeth I, Angel, m.m. crescent, about fine; James I, Unite, 
m.m. plain cross, fine, but scratches on obverse. 


James I, Unite, has been mounted, cracked and repaired; Quarter- 
Laurels, m.m. trefoil (2), fime; Scotland, James VI, Half 
Sword and Sceptre piece, 1602, creased. 


Charles I, Unite, m.m. crown. About fine. 


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40 


150 


36 


260 


150 


66 


35 


44 


46 


260 


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Charles II, Five-Guineas, 1682 (MCE. 25). Slight metal flaw on 
hair and on reverse, otherwise extremely fine, nicely toned; 
rare thus. 


Charles II, Guinea, 1679. Very fine. 
James II, Five-Guineas, 1687. Fine. 


—— Guinea, 1686, has been mounted; William & Mary, Guinea, 
1694, almost fine. 


William & Mary, Five-Guineas, 1693. Almost very fine. 
—— Five-Guineas, 1694 (4 over 3). Fine. 

William III, Guinea, 1701, second bust. Extremely fine. 
Anne, Guinea, 1710. Almost very fine. 

George I, Two-Guineas, 1717. Almost fine. 

— Guinea, 1721, fourth bust. Very fine. 


George II, Five-Guineas, 1741. Fine but traces of having been 
mounted and gilt. 


—— Five-Guineas, 1746, Lima beneath old head. Fine. 
—— Two-Guineas, 1740. Very fine. 
— Guinea, 1759, old head. Extremely fine. 


George III, Guinea, 1773, third bust by Yeo. Almost extremely 
fine. 


Sovereigns, George IV, 1821; William IV, 1832. Extremely fine. 

George I, Quarter-Guinea, 1718, almost fine; George III, Third- 
Guinea, 1808; Victoria, Sovereign, 1897M, both extremely 
fine. 


George III, Sovereign, 1820. Extremely fine. 


George IV, Sovereign, 1821. Almost extremely fine. 


Lot 
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46 


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Victoria, young head, Sovereigns, 1853, 1861, 1865. Extremely 
fine. 


—— Sovereigns, young head, 1871, shield reverse, 1885, St. 
George reverse; old head, 1900. Extremely fine. 


—— Sovereigns, young head, shield reverse, 1855, 1856, 1862, 
1872 die 49, 1872 die 95; old head, 1893. Very fine. 


—— Sovereigns, Jubilee head, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892. Very fine 
or extremely fine. 


George V, Sovereigns, 1918I (India mint), 1925, 1931. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


Elizabeth II, Sovereigns, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1963. Extremely fine. 


Victoria, Pattern Five-Pounds, 1839, vev. Una and the lion. Rare 
but hardly fine, has probably been gilded. 


William & Mary, Five-Guineas, 1691, Elephant and Castle be- 
neath busts. Worn. 


Victoria, Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Almost extremely fine. 


—— Jubilee Five-Pounds and Two-Pounds, 1887. Almost very 
fine. 


Edward VII, Coronation Five-Pounds and Two-Pounds, 1902. 
Very fine. 


George II, Five-Guineas, 1746 Lima. Fine, but has been 
mounted and gilt. 


Victoria, Jubilee Two-Pounds, 1887, almost extremely fine but 
has been mounted; another, very fine. 


George II, Two-Guineas, 1739. Very fine. 


Victoria, 1887, A’ £2 (has been mounted and gilt), £1 and 10/-; 
(AR Crown, 4/-, 2/6d., 2/- and 1/-, fine; other miscellaneous 
AR (17), AG (1). 


George III, Spade Guinea, 1791, very fine; Half-Guinea, 1787, 
good; S. Africa, Kruger Pond, 1898, fine; U.S.A., Dollar, 
1854, has been mounted. 


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20 


42 


36 


16 


260 


80 


80 


105 


130 


90 


48 


48 


26 


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20 


90 


40 


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21 


18 


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34 


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48 


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54 


55 


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60 


61 


62 


Sovereigns, George III, 1817; George V, 1928SA, 1930 SA; 
Brazil, 4,000-Reis, 1775. Fine. 


George I, Guinea, 1726, very fine but scratches on portrait; 
George III, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, 1817, fine. 


George III, Guinea, 1788, and Quarter-Guinea, 1762. Extremely 
fine. 


Victoria, Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Extremely fine. 


—— Jubilee Two-Pounds and Half-Sovereign, 1887. Extremely 
fine. 


George III, Third-Guinea, 1810. Very fine. 


Sovereign, 1863, 1880; Half-Sovereigns, 1817, 1818, 1853, 1865; 
Half-Guinea, 1793. Fine. 


Sovereigns, 1907, 1908, 1911, 1912, 1925, 1959. Very fine or 
better. 


Sovereigns, 1898 M, 1906 M, 1921 P, 1927SA (2); Half-Sovereign, 
1926SA. Mostly very fine. 


Australia, Sovereign of Sydney mint, 1870; Victoria, young head 
Sovereign, 1886S, 1887S. Fine or better. 


—— Victoria, Sovereign, 1870, very fine, and Half-Sovereign, 
1866, fine, both of Sydney mint. 


George III, Sovereign, 1820; Victoria, Half-Sovereign, 1885; 


Australia, Sydney mint, Sovereigns, 1867 (2). All about 
fine. 


Canada, Sovereigns, 1909C, 1911C (2). Fine or better. 


India, George V, Sovereigns, 19181. Mostly very fine. 


South Africa, Elizabeth II, Sovereign, 1959, and Half-Sovereign, 
1954. Brilliant. 


—— Republic, 2-Rand, 1962; 1-Rand, 1961 (2). The first ex- 
tremely fine, the last two brilhant. 


Lor 
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A’, | and AE George VI, specimen set of 1937 Coronation coins, 
gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, silver Crown to /Z 4d., in the 
two cases of issue. Extremely fine. 


AN’ and AR Edward VII, specimen set of Coronation coins, 1902, 
gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, silver Crown to Maundy Penny, 
in case of issue. Extremely fine. 


AN’ and A George V, specimen set of Coronation coins, 1911, 
gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, silver Halfcrown to Maundy 
Penny, in case of issue. Brilliant. 


A’ and A Edward VII, 1902 Coronation coins in case, gold £5, 
£2, £1 and 10/-, silver Crown to Maundy Penny. Ex- 
tremely fine except the sovereign and half-soveretgn. 


A’ and A Victoria, 1887 Jubilee coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 
10/-, silver Crown to Threepence, in unofficial case. About 
extremely fine. 


A’ and A Victoria, a similar set in a similar case. The five- 
pounds only good, remainder fine or very fine. 


A’ and A Victoria, a similar set in unofficial oval-shaped case. 
Very fine. 


A’ George VI, specimen set of 1937 gold coins, £5, £2, £1 and 
10/-, in official case. Brilliant. 


Tonga, Proof set of 1962 coins, 1-Koula, 3-Koula and 4-Koula, 
in official case. Brilliant. 


William IV, specimen set of 1831 coins, gold £2, £1 and 10/-; 
silver Crown to Maundy Penny; ‘4 1d., 3d. and 4d.; in 
case. Brilliant plain-edged proofs, very rare. 


Victoria, Jubilee 1887, £1 and 10/-; silver Crown to Threepence; 
in unofficial case. Extremely fine. 


—— Jubilee Proof Two-Pounds, 1887. Brilliant and scarce. 
Anne, Guinea, 1713. Extremely fine, rare thus. 


Victoria, Jubilee Two-Pounds, 1887, fine; James I, Unite, m.m. 
scallop, worn; Scotland, James VI, Sword and Sceptre 
Piece, 1602, pierced. 


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14 


220 0 0 


210 0 0 


300 0 0 


200 0 0 


140 0 0 


130 0 0 


130 0 0 


230 0 0 


270 0 0 


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34 0 0 


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94 


95 


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Morini, Stater, disjointed horse, rev. blank; Remi, globular Stater, 
on one side a cross; and a forgery of a Stater of Verica. 


Tonga, Half and Quarter-Koula, 1962, non-proof, extremely fine; 


British Empire Union gold medal, in case, very fine, test 
mark at edge. 


FOREIGN GOLD COINS 


Austria, Commemorative 2-Ducats, 1963 (2); Ducat, 1915. Mint 
state. 


— 100-Corona and broad 4-Ducats, 1915. Mint state restrikes. 
—— A similar lot. 


France, 50-Francs, 1859; 20-Francs, 1852, 1855, 1856, 1866; 
5-Francs, 1859. Except the last, fine or better. 


Ghana, Commemorative medallic Two-Pounds, 1960. Brilliant. 
Katanga, 5-Francs, 1961. Extremely fine. 


Tonga, Half-Koula and Quarter-Koula, 1962. Non-proofs, ex- 
tremely fine. 


Turkey, Money de Luxe, 500-Piastre, 1963. Brilliant. 
— —— 500, 250, 100, 50 and 25 Piastres, 1963. Brilliant. 
Spain, Philip II, 2-Escudos. Very fine. 


—— Charles III, 4-Escudos, 1787; Scudo, 1787; Charles IV, 
Scudo, 1792; Alfonso XIII, 20-Pesetas, 1899 (2). Fine or 


very fine. 


France, 20-Francs, 1815 A, 18170, 1820 A; Austria, Ducat, 1867; 
Hungary, Ducat, 1848. Fine or very fine. 


Roumania, 20-Lei, 1944, very fine; Serbia, 10-Dinars, 1882, fine; 
Switzerland, 20-Francs, 1927, 1985, 1947, very fine; South 
Africa, Half-Pond, 1897, has been mounted. 


Germany, Pattern 5-Marks, 1925, by Karl Goetz, struck in gold, 
plain edge, matt finish. Mint state 


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98 


99 


100 


101 


102 


103 


104 


105 


106 


107 


108 


109 


110 


111 


112 


Malta, Zecchino of Hugh De Verdala and Martin Garzes; Venice, 
Zecchino of Francis Molin and Louis Manin. Fine or very 
fine. 

Egypt, 100-Piastres, AH. 1293 (F.20); Persia, 4-Toman (2), 
Pahlevi, 4-Pahlevi, }-Pahlevi (2). Mostly very fine. 


4 
Spain, Charles III, 4-Escudos, 1788 (F.104). Almost very fine. 


—— 2-Escudos, 1807; 1-Escudo, 1793; 4-Escudo, 1757, 1772, 
1774, 1788, 1819; 80-Reals, 1842. Mostly fine. 


—— Philip V, 4-Escudos, 1718; Escudo, 1739. The second fme. 


Peru, 100, 50 and 20 Soles, 1951. Brilliant, but the first with 
flaw in obverse field. 


—— 1-Libra, 1917, 1919; 1/5th-Libra, 1920. Very fine. 
Colombia, 8-Escudos, 1836, Popayan. Very fine. 


Chile, Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, 1811. Fine but has been 
mounted. 


—— —— 8-Escudos, 1813. Fine. 
—— Republic, 100-Pesos, 1926; 20-Pesos, 1896. Extremely fine. 


Brazil, 2,000-Reis, 1715B, good; 800-Reis, 1768B, very fine; 
10,000-Reis, 1861; Ecuador, 10-Sucres, 1899, both have 
been mounted; miscellaneous silver coins, various, dollar 
size (4), smaller (1). 


U.S.A., 10-Dollars, 1882; Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pound, AH. 1370. 
Fine and very fine. 


Chile, Charles IV, 8-Escudos, 1792. Fine. 
Mexico, 50-Pesos, 1947. Very fine. 
Liberia, 20-Dollars, 1964 (2). Mint state. 


U.S.A., 3-Dollars, 1854. Fine. 


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129 


—— 10-Dollars, 1926; 5-Dollars, 1881; 24-Dollars, 1907, 1915; 
1-Dollar, 1858. Very fine. 


—— 20-Dollars, 1904. Very fine. 


—— 5-Dollars, 1905S, 1908; 24-Dollars, 1908 (2), 1912, 1928. 
Fine or very fine. 


Saudi Arabia, 4-Saudi Pound, undated, struck at Philadelphia 
mint. Very fine. 


Liechtenstein, 20-Francs, 1944; Luxemburg, 20-Francs, 1953; 
Switzerland, 20-Francs, 1927; France, 20-Francs, 1887; 
South Africa, 2-Rand, 1962. Mostly extremely fine. 


Ancient coins: AR Tetradrachms (13), smaller AR, mostly Greek 


(46), AZ (18), including several forgeries. A few fine, most 
have been cleaned. 


—— Greek, Roman and Byzantine, AR (73), Ai (167). Only a 
few fine. 


Parthia, AR Staters (3), smaller (48), including some forgeries. 
Many fine. 


AR Sassanian Dirhems, etc. (78). Many fine. 
Near Eastern AR (166), mostly Dirhems. Several fine. 
A similar lot. 


Near Eastern /£, including large AS of the Ayyubids, also some 
Piastres of the Ottoman Empire. 


Mahogany cabinet, 1lin. wide, 13in. high, 1lin. deep, fitted 23 
trays, double pierced to hold coins various sizes, double 
panel doors (slightly damaged); another, 11 x 13 x 9 ins., 
fitted 20 trays, roughly pierced for coins (door damaged). 


A’ Macedon, Alexander III, Stater. Has been mounted, fine. 


AN Valentinian II (A.D. 373-392), Solidus, rev. Rome seated, 
CONCORDIA AVGGG E, CONOB in exergue (as C.1 but without 
IvN in obv. legend). Very fine. 


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240 


51 


78 


166 


166 


539 


LoT 


130 


131 


132 


133 


134 


135 


136 


137 


138 


139 


AR British Museum electrotypes of coms of Syracuse: Kimon’s 
Tetradrachm with obv. head of Arethusa facing, rev. quad- 
riga; Pyrrhus of Epirus, Tetradrachm, obv. head of Dodo- 
naean Zeus in oak wreath, vev. Dione with sceptre, 
enthroned; Hieron II, 31-Litrae, obv. head of. Hieron 
diademed, vev. quadriga driven by Nike. Very fine. 


Roman Republic, Aes Grave, As of about 210 B.C., obv. head 
of Janus, vev. prow to right, mark of value above (Syden- 
ham 71). Ex Farm Collection. Very fine, dark green 
patina mottled brown. 


Rome, Az Sestertii: Claudius, vev. inscription in wreath (C.39); 
Nero, rev. Roma seated 1. (as C.274 but CLAvDIvs written 


in full). Fine. 


Alexandria, base AX Tetradrachms of Nero, various reverses. 
Fine. 


Miscellaneous Roman coins in AX (10) and Ai (78). A few false 
or damaged, but many fine. 


Roman, AX Denarii (11); AZ, etc., mostly third brass (38). 


SILVER & COPPER COINS, Etc. 


AR Danish, East Anglia, St. Edmund Memorial Coinage, Pennies 
(2), moneyers Abboe, very fine, Adradus, about fine; 
Northumbria, CVNNETTI type Pennies (2) (BMC. type A, 
obv. 924, rev. 920; type B, cf. 927), both very fine; 
Aethelred II, Penny, crvx type, London, Eadpold, very 


fine. 


AR Harold I, Penny, type 1, York, moneyer Erncytel. Only 
about fine, rare. 


AR William I, Pennies, Br. 2, bonnet type, York, EOFERD; Br. 5, 
two stars, York, ALEIF; Br.8, Paxs, London. Fine, the 
second rare. 


AR William I, Penny, Br.6, sword type, Chichester, GoDPINE 
on CicsR. Slightly cracked, otherwise almost very fine, rare. 


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88 


49 


10 


48 


20 


15 


42 


26 


32 


17 


42 


0 


0 


0 


17 


21 


21 


30 


Lor 
140 


141 


142 


143 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


10 


A English hammered: Charles I, Crown, Truro mint, m.m. 
rose; Pennies of Edward the Confessor, type 9, York; 
Henry II, short cross; Dublin Pennies (3); Groats of Ed- 
ward III (1), Edward IV, Bristol (1); Half-Groats, Henry 
VIII, Canterbury, Commonwealth; Sixpence of Philip & 
Mary, 1555; Shilling of Elizabeth I, m.m. martlet. Mostly 
fine, the last very fine. 


AX Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Extremely fine. 


AK Aethelred II, Pennies, Br.1, London; Br. 2, Ipswich, Lon- 
don; Br. 5, London, Lincoln (Osmund). Last two very fine, 
others about fine. 


AR William I, Penny, Br.5, two stars type, Bristol, LIFPINE ON 
BRIC. Almost very fine. Ex Montague, Bliss and Shand 
Collections. 


AR William I, Pennies, Br. 2, LIFOLD ON NoRD, Norwich; Br. 8, 
GODPINE ON PINC, Winchester, the first fine, second very fine; 
Henry V, London Halfpenny, broken annulets at side of 
crown, good and rare. 


AR Henry VIII, coinage of 1544-47, Groats, Bristol, m.m. WS 
on vev. only, annulet in cross ends (2), lis (2), trefoil (2); 
Half-Groats (3); Pennies (2). Chiefly very fine. 


AR Philip & Mary, Shilling, 1554, full titles, mark of value, very 
fine; Sixpence, 1554, similar, only good. 


AR Charles I, Pontefract Shilling, octagonal, 1648, sword to right 
of castle, worn, another, similar, but on lozenge-shaped flan, 
plugged, otherwise almost very fine. 


AR Charles II, Pontefract Shilling, 1648, octagonal, cannon to 
right of castle, reading CAROLVS SECVND vs. Fine. 


AR Elizabeth I, Threepence, 1574; Pattern Groat, 1601 (plugged); 
Charles I & Henrietta, Marriage Medalet; Edward VI, 
Shilling, m.m. tun; Crowns, 1662 rose, edge undated, 1935 
(2), 1937, 1951, 1960; Halfcrowns, 1817, 1824, 1874, 1911 
proof; Irish Bank Token, 1808; U.S.A., |’ 2$-Dollars, 
1914. Mostly very fine, some better. 


George III, (AR Potosi Half-Dollar, 1776, with c/m of head in 
oval, fine; AS bronzed proof Halfpenny, 1770; bronzed 
proof British Commercial Penny, 1797, both brilhant. 


12 


11 


16 


Lor 


151 


152 
153 


154 


156 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


11 


Scotland, hammered and milled, \AR (34), billon and A® (14), 
mounted on two cards (some loose). Mostly fine. 


AR Edward I, Pennies (89). Some fine. 
AR Edward II, Pennies (43). Some fine. 


AR Henry VIII, third and posthumous coinage, Groats (19), 
Half-Groats (12), Pennies (11). Many fine. 


AR —— —— Groats (11), Half-Groats (6), Pennies (7). Many 
fine. 


Miscellaneous English hammered silver coins (40). Some fine. 


AR James I, Crown, m.m. lis, third coinage, grass on ground, 
plume over shield on reverse, no stops on reverse. Fine 
and rare. 


AR Charles I, Exeter mint, Crown, 1645, obv. m.m. castle, rev. 
m.m. Ex (Lockett type lla). Extremely fine and very 
rare. 


*. Ex Webb and Paget Collections. 





) Crown, 1645, m.m. castle on both sides. Almost 
extremely fine. 
*.* Ex Drabble and Paget (Lot 142) Collections. 
AR —— Oxford mint, Halfcrown, 1643, almost fine; Common- 


wealth, Shillings, 1652, very fine, 1653, fine. 


AR Commonwealth, Crown, 1649. A fine full coin. 
* Ex W. J. Davis and Thellusson Collections. 


AR —— Crown, 1651. Extremely fine, rare date. 
’* Ex Yates and Paget (Lot 172) Collections. 


AR Charles II, first coinage, Sixpence without inner circle or mark 
of value. Extremely fine. 


ARR —— Crowns, 1664, rubbed at hair, otherwise almost very 
fine; 1672, very fine. 


48 


89 


43 


42 


24 


40 


20 


18 


55 


170 


16 


140 


330 


48 


30 


32 


50 


78 


105 


26 


60 


52 


22 


34 


42 


82 


Lor 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


12 


‘AR —— Crown, 1666, elephant below bust. Fine for this rare 
issue. 


AR George I, Crown, 1716. Fine and scarce. 


AR eng II, Crowns, 1741, young head; 1750, old head. Very 
ne, 


“R George III, Crown, 1820LX; Halfcrown, 1820: Coronation 


Medal, 1761, by Natter. Extremely fine. 


AR George IV, Proof Crown, 1821, brilliant; Proof Halfcrown, 
1826, brilliant and toned. 


AR George V, Crown, 1928; Halfcrowns, George II, 1732, 
George III, 1816. First and last extremely fine. 


A Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Extremely fine, 
toned. 


AR —— Gothic Crown, 18538, inscribed edge. Only fine. 


AR Proofs, 1911, Halfcrown to Sixpence; 1927, Crown to Three- 
pence. Brilliant. 


AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. Y (A-4). Fine. 


AR James I, Crown, third coinage, m.m. trefoil over lis, stop 
after SEPARET, grass on ground. Very fine and rare. 


AR Charles I, Tower mint, Crown, m.m. sun (H.4; F.40a). Very 
fine, rare. 


7AR —— Exeter mint, Crown, 1645, m.m. castle on both sides. 
Almost very fine. 


AR —— Briot’s Crown, obv. m.m. flower and B, rev. m.m. B. 
Fine, rare. 
7R —— Oxford mint, Half-Pound, 1642, obv. m.m. plume, rev. 


m.m. group of seven pellets. Very fine. 


JR Commonwealth, Crown, 1653 (ESC.6). Almost extremely 
fine. 


Lor 


181 


182 
183 
184 


185 


186 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


192 


193 


194 


13 
AR Charles II, Crown, 1662, rose below bust, edge undated 
(ESC. 15). Very fine. 
AR James II, Crown, 1687. Very fine. 
AR Anne, Crown, 1706 (ESC. 101). Very fine, rare. 
AR George I, Crown, 1716 (ESC. 110). Almost extremely fine. 


AR Crowns, Anne, 1707E, good; George IV, 1821, fine; Double- 
Florin, 1887; Halfcrowns, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1897, some 


very fine. 


/R George II, Crown, 1748, old head (ESC. 124). Hair rubbed, 
otherwise almost extremely fine. 


AR George III, Crowns, 1818 LIX, 1819LX, 1820LX. The first 
extremely fine, others very fine. 





Pattern Crown, undated (1820), by Mills and Mudie, 
obv. laureate bust to right, vev. four shields, edge plain 
(ESC. 221). Brilliant and toned. 


AR 


AR William IV, Pattern Crown, 1831, by W. Wyon, obv. head 
to right, W.w. incuse on truncation, edge plain (ESC. 271). 
A few light scratches in field on obverse, otherwise brilliant, 
very rare. 


AR Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge (ESC. 288). 
Extremely fine. 


-R —— Crowns, young head, 1844, 1847, both very fine; Jubilee 
head, 1887 (2), 1890; old head, 1893, extremely fine, the 
last a proof. 


AR Crowns, Edward VII, 1902 (2); George V, 1927, 1928. Ex- 
tremely fine. 


AR Halfcrowns, Charles I, Tower mint, m.m. harp, fine; Bristol, 
m.m. plume, BR in monogram beneath horse and date, 
1644, very fine; William & Mary, 1689, fine. 


AR Cromwell, Halfcrown, 1658. Light scratches in field on 
obverse, otherwise extremely fine. 


22 


32 


52 


68 


20 


42 


23 


52 


360 


48 


60 


72 


17 


40 


0 


0 


40 


48 


39 


24 


230 


135 


38 


48 


0 


0 


0 


Lol 


196 


197 


198 


199 


200 


201 


202 


203 


204 


205 


206 


207 


208 


JR 


14 


Shillings (38) from Charles II to Victoria, including North- 
umberland issue, 1763. Fine or very fine, the last extremely 


fine. 


Milled Sixpences, Elizabeth I (4), only good; later issues, 
Charles II to Victoria (88), many very fine. 


Maundy sets, 1898, 1899, 1910; miscellaneous Maundy monies 
(149); Britannia Groats, etc. (21). Early issues mostly very 
fine, later issues extremely fine. 


Hammered Groats, Henry VI to Henry VIII (21). Mostly 
very fine. 


English hammered, Shillings (5), Sixpences (2), Groats (12), 
Half-Groats (14), smaller (6). Mostly fine, some better. 


William I, Pennies, bonnet type (Br. 2), York; paxs type 
(Br. 8) (3). Fine or better. 


James II, Crown, 1686. Weakly struck on hair, otherwise 
very fine. 


Charles I, Exeter mint, Crown, 1645, m.m. castle both sides. 
Fine, rare. 


Crowns, James II, 1688, about fine; William III, 1696, third 
bust, very fine. 


George IV, Proof Crown, 1826, edge sEpTIMO. Extremely 
fine, rare. 


George V, Crown, 1934. Slight knock at edge, otherwise very 
fine, rare. 


Crowns, 1935 (20), very fine or better; Australian 
Crowns, 1937 (10), fine or very fine. 





Crowns, 1902 (2), one fine, other very fine; 1936, fine and 
scarce; 1953 (8), 1960 (10), mostly extremely fine. 


Sets in cases, 1950 (2), 1953 (2), brilliant; currency, 2/6d. to AR 


jd., in plastic cases (2 sets), extremely fine. 


38 


42 


170 


21 


39 


30 


21 


56 


Lor 


209 


210 


214 


215 


216 


217 


218 


219 


220 


221 


222 


15 


AR Victoria, Crown to Threepence, 1887, extremely fine; 1887 
Crowns (5), mostly extremely fine. 


AR William III, Sixpence, 1697 (5); George III, Shillings (5) 
and Sixpences (5), all 1816. Extremely fine. 


AR Miscellaneous Maundy coins (48). Mostly very fine. 


AR Coins of the world, mostly dollar size (40), 19th and 20th 
century. Mostly fine. 


AR Crowns, 1951 (2), 1958 (7), 1985 (2), 1960 (2), extremely 
fine; Channel Isles A (85), miscellaneous foreign Ai (100), 
some fine. 


AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. y (A-17). Fine. 


AR —— Crown, 1553, m.m. tun, rounded ‘3’ in date (B-15). 
Obverse fine, reverse worn. 


AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to G of 
REGINA. Striking flaw at edge, portrait not well struck, 
otherwise fine. 


7R James I, Scottish Crown, second issue, m.m. thistle, only 
good; Charles I, Exeter mint, Crown, 1645, m.m. castle on 
both sides, about fine. 


/R Charles I, Tower mint, Crown, obv. m.m. cross calvary over 
lis, vev. m.m. cross calvary (H.la). Fine and rare. 


AR —— Truro mint, Crown, undated, m.m. rose (H.1), fine; 
Oxford mint, Crown, 1643, Shrewsbury plume behind King, 
rev. m.m. four pellets, very good. 

JR Scottish issue, Briot Crown, m.m. thistle and B, Scot- 

tish Arms in first and fourth quarters. Fine. 





AR Briot Crown, obv. m.m. flower and B, vev. m.m. B, 
good; Commonwealth Crown, 1656 (6 over 4), fine but bur- 


mished in field. 





AR Charles II, Crowns, 1666, 1678, 1683, 1684 (ESC. 32, 55, 66, 
67). The first fine, others good, all rare. 


12 


15 


48 


40 


198 


36 


20 


26 


21 


36 


24 


24 


40 


15 


44 


40 


() 


0 


28 


30 


40 


34 


30 


36 


30 


29 


75 


240 


200 


210 


210 


200 


0 


Lot 


223 


225 


226 


227 


228 


229 


230 


231 


232 


233 


234 


235 


236 


237 


238 


AR 


AR 


AR 


AR 


AR 


5 


a 


Sy BP BD W 


16 


—— Crowns, 1662, rose, edge undated, good; 1673, Quinto, 
fine; 1676, almost very fine; 1682; James II, 1687, last two 
worn, 


Crowns, William & Mary, 1691; William III, 1695, 1696 
(initials engraved on reverse); Anne, 1707 r. and p., 1707E. 
Mostly about fine. 


George I, Crown, 1716, almost very fine, but pin holes at 
edge; George II, Crowns, 1735, 1746 Lima, both good, 
1750, fine and rare. 


Crowns, George III to Victoria, 1818LIX, 1819LIX, 1820 
LX, 1821 (2), 1844, 1845 (2), 1847, 1890, 1891. Mostly 
about fine. 


George III to Victoria, Crowns, 1819 LIX, 1822, 1887, 1893 
LVI; Bank Dollar, 1804; Mexican Dollar, 1794, with c/m. 
of George III in oval. Mostly very fine. 


Victoria, Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Very fine. 


Crowns, 1894 (2), 1895 to 1900, 1927, 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953 
(2), 1960. The first eight almost fine, remainder very fine 
or better. 


Crowns, William III, 1695, Octavo, very fine; George II, 
1751, fine and rare. 


George I, Crown, 1716. Fine. 
—— Crown, 1723. Fine. 
George II, Proof Crown, 1746. Extremely fine. 


George V, Crowns, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 
1936. Very fine or better. 


—— A similar lot. Mostly very fine, some better. 
—— A similar lot. Mostly very fine, some better. 


—— A similar lot. Mostly very fine, some better. 


—— A similar lot. Fine or very fine. 


11 


Lor 


239 


240 


243 


244 


245 


247 


248 


249 


250 


251 


252 


253 


17 


-R —— Crowns, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1938. Fine or 
better. 
AR —— Crowns, 1928 (5), 1929 (1), 1931 (1), 1933 (11). Mostly 


fine, some better. 


AR and Ai George VI, 1937 specimen set of coins, \AX Crown to 
“E Farthing, in official case. Brilliant. 


/R Maundy sets, in cases, 1700, 1708, 1727. First two extremely 
fine, the last fine. 


AR and Ai George VI, 1937 specimen set of coins, |AX Crown to 
/& Farthing, in leather case; another set, in cardboard case. 
Brilliant. 


—— A similar lot. Brilliant. 


—— A similar lot, brilliant; also Maundy sets, 1896, 1907, in 
leather cases, extremely fine. 


Specimen sets in cases: Jersey, 1960; Cyprus, 1955; Ghana, 
1958. Brilliant. 


—— Ghana, 1958; Guernsey, 1956; S. Africa, 1955. Brilliant. 


— Federation of Nigeria, 1959; British Caribbean Territories, 
1955; Jersey, 1960. Brilliant. 


— New Zealand, 1953; South Africa, 1955; Great Britain, 
1951. Brilliant. 


—— 1950, 2/6d. to 4d.; 1953, 5/- to 4d., brilliant; currency sets, 
1953, 2/6d. to 4d. (2), in plastic cases, extremely fine. 


George VI, Festival of Britain Crowns, 1951, in cardboard boxes 
(100). Extremely fine. 


AR Crowns, 1888, 1889 (3), 1890, 1894, 1937, 1951 (4), 1953 
(4), 1960 (21); Double-Florins (3); 2/6d. (9); 1/- (7); 
smaller AX (35); 1953, 2/6d. to 4d. (2); other miscellaneous 
coins and medals, mostly Ai and Ni (99). Many very fine, 
some better. 


AR Crowns, George III to Victoria. Mostly worn. 


18 


15 


12 


30 


30 


38 


16 


22 


17 


27 


37 


100 


205 


18 


68 


175 


27 


48 


50 


48 


58 


32 


44 


48 


46 


32 


160 


62 


24 


20 


58 


48 


56 


65 


62 


50 


45 


34 


40 


52 


34 


120 


40 


Lo} 


254 


255 


256 


257 


258 


259 


260 


261 


262 


263 


264 


265 


266 


267 


268 


18 


“RK Victoria, Gothic Florins (17), worn; Halfcrowns, 1887 (3), 
extremely fine; Halfcrowns of Edward VII, 1902 (4), 19038 
(4), 1905, 1906 (3), 1907 (7), 1908, 1909 (2), 1910; George 
V, 1915 (7), 1916 (4), 1917 (2), 1918 (4), many fine, some 


better. 60 
South African silver and copper sets, in cases, 1947 (2), 1951 (2), 

1952 (2), 1954 (2), 1955 (2). Extremely fine. 90 
—— 1947 (2), 1951 (2), 1954 (2), 1955 (2). Extremely fine. 72 
—— 1947 (2), 1951 (2), 1954 (2), 1955 (4). Extremely fine. 90 
English specimen sets in cases, iA and Ai, 1950 (2), 1951 (1), 

1953 (2). Brilliant. 48 
A similar lot. 48 


AR Victoria, Crowns, Jubilee head (46), old head (32). A few 
fine. 78 


AR Crowns, 1951 (18), 1953 (34), some in boxes and some in 
plastic cases. Mostly extremely fine. 52 


Specimen set, 1937, \AR and AE (Scottish Shilling missing); 1953 
set (Crown and Scottish Shilling missing), both in cases; 
ordinary issue, 1953, 2/6d. to 4d. (2); Irish, 2/6d. to 4d., 
in plastic cases. Extremely fine. 48 


AR Threepenny pieces, mostly of George V (2,970). Many fine. 2,970 
AZ Threepenny pieces, 1946 (1,100), 1949 (850). 1,950 
AE Threepenny pieces, 1950 (1,221), 1951 (1,187). 2,408 


A Pennies, 1912 H (600), 1918‘KN (750), 1919 H (637), 1919 KN 
(200), 1953 (200). 2,387 


J® Victoria, ‘‘Bun’’ Pennies (800) and Halfpennies (107). Some 
fine. 907 


AG Farthings, mostly George V and George VI (1,208). 1,208 


Lot 


269 


270 


271 


272 


273 


274 


275 


276 


Zid 


278 


279 


280 


19 


Ai Threepenny pieces (185), Pennies (896), Halfpennies (23), 
Farthings (442), including Irish and other issues. 1,546 


AR Shillings, Scottish issues, 1959 (500), 1961 (632). Mostly very 
fine. 1,132 


AR Crowns, 1844 (2), only good, 1935 (15), 1937 (11), 1960 (18), 
mostly very fine; miscellaneous \AR (18). 64 


FR Crowns, 1902 (11), fine, 1818 (2), 1819, 1887 (2), 1889 (2), 
1891, 1893; New Zealand, 1949 (2); Double Florins (7), 
very fine or better. 29 


Edward VII to Elizabeth II, 2/6d. (40), 2/- (82), 1/- (66), 6d. 
(47). Mostly extremely fine. 185 


Miscellaneous English and Foreign coins, ‘AR (41), Ai and Ni (28). 
Many very fine. 69 


Cardboard folders to hold coins of Great Britain (75), a few 
pennies contained in the respective folders. LOT 


A set of four glass tankards, engraved to commemorate the 
Accession of Edward VIII; another, larger, similarly en- 
graved, the base inset with commemorative medallion. 
George VI and Elizabeth, an engraved glass goblet—‘‘Cup 
of Loyalty’’, the stem inset with silver token (No. 15), 
together with framed description; also a large glass tankard 
engraved to commemorate Coronation of George VI, the 


base inset with medallion. 6 
AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. Y. Fine. 1 
AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1, sceptre tol. Very fine. 1 


AR James I, Crown, third coinage with plumes over shield and 
m.m. thistle, good; Charles I, Crown, Truro, m.m. rose, 
fine. 2 


AR Cromwell, Crown, 1658, showing late stage of die break. 
Some flaws in flan and has been cleaned, otherwise about 
extremely fine. 1 


16 


60 


56 


85 


100 


44 


11 


72 


18 


78 


38 


68 


17 0 


52 0 


18 0 


48 0 


40 0 


10 O 


40 0 


287 


288 


289 


290 


291 


292 


293 


294 


295 


20 


AR Charles IT, Crown, 1668. Very fine. 


fR - Crown, 1668, vicEstMo, good; James II, Crown, 1687, 
ne. 


AR William & Mary, Crown, 1691. Fine. 
AR William ITI, Crown, 1695, septmmo. Very fine. 
A Anne, Crown, 1707, roses and plumes. Very fine. 


AR George IT, Crown, 1748, roses. Very fine. 


AR George III, Pattern Crown by Mills and Mudie. Several sur- 
face scratches and knocks, otherwise extremely fine. 


AR —— Bank Dollar, 1804; Crown, 1820LX. Extremely fine. 


/R George IV, Crowns, 1821 (2), one perhaps a proof. Some 
surface scratches, otherwise extremely fine. 


AR Victoria, Crowns, 1844, 1887, 1897LX. First very fine, 
others extremely fine. 


‘AR —— Gothic Crown, 1847, with lettered edge. Extremely fine. 
AR George V, Crowns, 1929 and 1931. Extremely fine. 


AR Crowns, 1935, 1937, 1947 South Africa, 1951, very fine and 
better; Halfcrowns, Elizabeth I, portrait worn, Charles I, 
1708E, 1746 Lima, 1816; Newark Shilling, 1645; other 
hammered silver (4), mostly fine; AE Proof Penny, 1937. 


France, Louis XIII, striking in lead of a medallic or pattern 
60-Sols, 1641, obv. as the 60-Sols of 1642, rev. Aequitas 
seated left, ARTE MEA BIS IVSTVS around, MONETA. LVD. 
Ivst. . 1641 in exergue; Sweden, Eric, lead piece, probably 
a concoction, obv. King standing facing, S. ERICUS + REX: 
SWECIE: around, rev. arms, MONE. STOC. HOLM. 1512 
around. Very fine. 


JR George II, Crown, 1746, Lima. Very fine. 


15 


21 


296 AR Charles II to Elizabeth II, Crowns (17); New Zealand, 
Crowns, 1949 (2), Bank Dollar, 1804. Some fine. 


297 AR George III to Victoria, Crown, 1819 LIX, Double-Florin (2), 
2/6d. (2), 2/- (3), smaller (25). Extremely fine. 


298 English |AX, hammered (29); milled, 2/6d. (16), 1/- (35), 6d. 
(19), infra (14). Mostly worn. 


299 English AX, mostly Victorian (56); \|AX Commemorative Medals 
(4). Extremely fine. 


300 AR Philip IV, Ducaton (2); miscellaneous English and Foreign 
silver coins (143); silver sovereign case with chain. Many 


fine. 


301 Coins of the world in Ai and Ni, a few medals. Several fine. 


301A U.S.A., AR Dollars, 1859 O, very fine, 1878S, 1881, 1883S; Half- 
Dollar, 1832; Quarters (8), Dimes (16), 3-Cents (2); AZ 
Cents, Washington, 1783; New Jersey, 1787; large (3), 
small (31), including 1864L, 1931S; Nickels, etc. (18). 
Many fine. 


301B Canada, AR Dollars, 1986, 1937; 25-Cents (6); 10-Cents (5); 
5-Cents, 1893, 1898, 1899, all three fine; others (8), worn; 
Provinces, etc., coins and tokens in Ai and Ni (25), some 


fine. 


301c AR Crowns, 1662, 1682, 1895LIX; Eire, 2/6d. to 4d.; other 
English, Colonial and Foreign coins, AR (52), AE (3). Some 
fine. 


302 AX Crowns, 1937 (20), very fine; Chinese bowl-shaped ingot with 
three countermarks, 146 dwts. 


303 Carthage, electrum Stater, almost fine; miscellaneous coins and 
medals (34), a few in silver. 


304 A Anne to Elizabeth II, Crowns (22), 4/- (2), 2/6d. (5). Only 
the late issues fine. 


305 AX Crowns, 1782, fine but has been cleaned, 1928, fine; Maundy 
sets, 1678, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1946, very 
fine, some 1m Cases. 


20 


33 


113 


60 


146 


629 


80 


49 


65 


21 


35 


29 


34 


29 


40 


42 


70 


40 


20 


44 


20 


27 


46 


12 


21 


90 


40 


17 


36 


26 


36 


60 


13 


70 


175 


78 


55 


0 


Lor 


306 


307 


308 


309 


310 


311 


312 


313 


314 


315 


316 


22 


A Victoria, 2/6d. (47), 2/- (32), 1/- (3), all worn; folder con- 
taining 41 Sixpences; miscellaneous coins and medals, AR 
(66), AZ and Ni (169); AR War medals (10); German porce- 
lain coins in case (7); Tonga commemorative stamps (13). 
Several fine. 


42 Russia, 18th and 19th Century. Fine and very fine. 


4 Eighteenth Century tokens, 49), mostly extremely fine; Bath, 
AR 2/- token, fine. 


U.S.A., A’ Dollar, 1852, fine; England, 1935 Crown to Farthing; 
Crowns, 1890, worn, 1951, 1953, 1960; miscellaneous coins 
and tokens (206). 


Crowns, 1887, 1889; Ghana, 10/-, 1958, in case; Colonial and 
other Crowns (8), mostly extremely fine; miscellaneous coins 
and tokens, AX (85), AE (136). 


AR Crowns, 1902, very fine, 1929 (2), 1930, 1931 (2), mostly fine; 
others (14), George III to Elizabeth II. 


A Cnut, Penny, Br. 3, York, Wulnoth, fine; Mozambique, Onca, 
1843; Venice, A’ Ducat of A. Contarini (1676-84); England, 
George III, Third-Guinea, 1804, poor; ancient MR (2), 
ZB (1). 


AR Pennies, Aethelberht, moneyer’s name on cross; Aethelred I, 
moneyer’s name in three lines; Aethelstan, Br. 5; Edward 
the Elder, Br. 13; Eadmund, Br. 1; Eadred, Br. 1; Eadwig, 
Br. 1; Eadgar, Br.1. All cleaned. 


AR Edward the Martyr, Penny, B.M.C.1, Bedford, moneyer 
Baldic. Fine. 


AR Pennies, Cnut, Br.3, London (2), B.M.C.Vc, London; 
Harthacnut, Danish type (1); Edward the Confessor, Br. 1 
York, Br.6 Norwich, Br. 7 Lewes, Br. 3, Br. 5, Br.8 (2), 
Br. 9, Br. 10, Br. 2 Thetford. Fine. 


AR Pennies, Harold II, B.M.C.1, Steyning, fine; William I, 
Br. 8; Henry I, Br. 14; Stephen, Br.1; Henry II, Tealby 


type. 


388 


50 


219 


232 


20 


14 


Lot 


317 


318 


319 


320 


321 


322 


323 


324 


325 


326 


327 


328 


329 


23 


/R Miscellaneous English coins, hammered (82), milled (93); 
AE Sceats (4). A few fine, all have been cleaned. 


Coins of the world, AR (128), AZ and Ni (616), including some 
commemorative medals. All have been cleaned. 


AR Pennies, Aethelred II, Br. 5, London; Edward the Confessor, 
Br. 8, Hastings, both poor; Crowns, 1691, 1696; Foreign 
dollar-size coins (5), fine or better. 


AR Halfcrown, 1698; Shillings, 1663, 1737, all extremely fine; 
Mexican Dollar, 1786, with countermark of head of George 
III in oval, very fine. 


U.S.A., A Dime, 1820, almost very fine; AE Cent, 1864L, 
almost extremely fine. 


AR Bnitish Colonies, Quarter-Dollar, Eighth-Dollar (2) and Six- 
teenth-Dollar, 1822, fine or very fine; British India, Rupees, 
1835, 1840 (2 var.), 1862, smaller iAR (6), mostly extremely 
fine. 


AR U.S.A., Proof Dollar, 1898; Proof Trade Dollar, 1877. Bnl- 
liant and toned, a little rubbed, rare. 


AR Mexican Dollar, 1772, bust type, countermarked on reverse 
GR above 5. Fine and very rare. 


AR Mexican Dollar, 1796, pillar type, with similar countermark. 
Fine and very rare. 


AR Peruvian Dollar, 1770, pillar type, countermarked on reverse 
GR above 5 above ORD. Very fine and very rare. 


AR Mexican Dollar, 1770, pillar type, with similar countermark, 
but the R further countermarked with a cross. Fine and 
very rare. 


AR Maundy coins (10) and AE coins and tokens (126). Mostly 
fine, many better. 


AR Halfcrowns (11), Florins (11), Shillings (21), et infra (110); 
ZE coins and tokens (300). Many fine. 


179 


744 


14 


136 


453 


56 


36 


24 


42 


32 


12 


88 


78 


75 


150 


130 


23 


34 


16 


13 


25 


13 


12 


20 


330 


331 


332 


333 


334 


335 


336 


337 


338 


339 


24 


Canada, AX 50-Cents, 1910; 25-Cents, 1871, 1929, 1939; 10-Cents, 
1870; 5-Cents, 1912; Az 1-Cent, 1881 H, 1882H, 1891, 
1902, 1905, 1909. Newfoundland, AR 20-Cents, 1894, 1912; 
10-Cents, 1894, 1904H; 5-Cents, 1908; AE 1-Cent, 1865, 
1919C. Nova Scotia, AZ 4-Cent, 1861. Very fine. 


Canada, Marque, 1741, worn; AX 50-Cents, 1919; 25-Cents, 1899, 
1902, 1907; 10-Cents, 1858, 1899 LD, 1903, 1907, 1913 SL; 
5-Cents, 1858SD, 1880H, 1902, 1908, 1904. Mostly about 
fine. 


Armenia, Leo I (1196-1219), AR Trams (7), obv. king enthroned, 
rev. two lions. Germany, A Bracteates (8); Swabia, |AR 
Hellers (7). Fine. 


Tibet (16), comprising Y.3 (2), Y.5, Y¥.6 (2), Y.8 in A, Y.13, 
Y.18 (2) and seven earlier pieces, including cut coins, all 
enveloped and classified by Kann and Yeoman. Afghanis- 
tan, AX Rupee, AH. 1308; Cu Ni, Y.35 (2). Siam, R 
bullet money Tical. Assam, Ming Mang (1820-40), (4% 
Sapeques (2). Very fine. 


U.S.A., AR 25-Cents, 1836, extremely fine; 10-Cents, 1912, 1914, 
1917S, 1928S; Ni 5-Cents, 1888, 1911, 1917; Ai 1-Cent, 
1878, good, 1881 (2), 1893. Except where stated otherwise, 
fine to very fine. 


AR Spain, Joseph Napoleon, 20-Reales, 1812 AI; 4-Reales, 1810 
AI, 1813 RN; Ferdinand VII, 2-Reales, 1811 C SF. Mexico, 
8-Reales, 1781 FF, 1807 TH, 1877Ga JA. The larger pieces 
very fine. 


AR Brazil, 960-Reis (1823-26), overstruck on a Spanish dollar of 
Potosi; 1,200-Reis, 1847, scarce; 2,000-Reis, 1864, scarce, 
1865 and 1889. Very fine. 


AR Crown and Taler size coins of various countries. Mostly fine. 


British Commonwealth coins in AR (75) and base metals (84). 
Mostly very fine. 


British Commonwealth coins in AR (109) and base metals (112). 
Mostly fine. 


20 


15 


17 


22 


12 


17 


159 


221 


Lot 


340 


341 


342 


343 


344 


345 


346 


347 


348 


349 


350 


351 


352 


25 


Italy, minor coins, including early and papal issues in AR (40) 
and Ai, etc. (12). Several very fine. 52 


Netherlands, AR Florins (14), 1846, 1848, 1849, 1858, 1892, 1897, 
1904, 1906, 1914, 1922, 1929, 1938, 1939, 1940; 25-Cents 
(8); 10-Cents (9); 5-Cents (3) and Ai (4). Netherlands 
Indies, Batavian Republic, AR 1/16th-Gulden, 1802, with 
error reading BTATORVM (Scholten 497c), vare and mint 
state; later issues (6). All different and mostly extremely 
fine. 45 


AR Coins of various countries. Mostly very fine. 85 
Miscellaneous coins in AX (235) and Ad, etc. (66). Many fine. 301 


Coins of the Near and Middle East in AR (154) and As, etc. (32). 


Fine. 186 
China, Japan, etc., coins and tokens in AX (41) and other metals 

(29). Fine. 70 
Miscellaneous medals and seals, etc., AX (13), other metals (68). 

Several very fine. 81 
Coins of the world in Ai, etc. Many fine. 1,000 


France, Louis XIV, Ecu aux trois couronnes, 1711 A; Switzer- 
land, French Ecu of Louis XVI, 1786Q, c/m. on obv. with 
arms, and rev. 40BZ to pass for 40-batzen in Berne. Very 
fine. 2 


France, Louis XV, Ecu aux 8 L’s, 1725E, Tours. Mint state. 1 


—— /R 5-Francs, Bonaparte Premier Consul AN 12M; Louis 
XVIII, 1824W; Charles X, 1826H, 1830B; Dupré type, 
1849 A, 1873A. Mostly extremely fine. 6 


Two Sicilies, Ferdinand IV, AR Piastras of 120-Grani. 1787, ex- 
tremely fine, 1798 and 1818, both very fine. 3 


Italy, Papal, Pius IX, Scudo, 1854R, Year IX; Kingdom, Victor 
Emmanuel III, 20-Lira, 1927R. Extremely fine. 2 


21 0 


30 0 


14 0 


14 0 


12 0 


13 0 


10 0 


17 0 


0 


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0 


11 


15 


21 


22 


46 


23 


36 


28 


0 


0 


Lot 


353 


354 


355 


356 


357 


358 


359 


360 


361 


362 


363 


364 


365 


26 


Ragusa, Tallero, 1746; Malta, Emmanuel Pinto, 30-Tari, 1757. 
Very fine. 


Hungary, Rudolph I, Thaler, 1604, extremely fine; Styria, 
— I, Thaler, 1705, creased in striking, otherwise very 
ne. 


Latvia, 5-Lati, 1931; Liechtenstein, 5-Kronen, 1910; Montenegro, 
5-Perpera, 1909. Very fine and better. 


Bavaria, Thaler, 1835, first steam train commemorative (D.576); 
Germany, 5-Marks, 1929F, tenth anniversary of Weimar 
constitution (D.971); Hungary, 5-Pengo, 1989 (D.127). All 
extremely fine. 


Denmark, Speciesdaler, 1849; Egypt, 20-Piastres, 1939; Persia, 
5-Krans, AH. 1307; Poland, 10-Zlotych, 1936; Rumania, 
5-Lei, 1883; Yugoslavia, 50-Dinars, 1932. Very fine and 
better. 


Crown-sized coins of various countries. Mostly very fine. 


AR Hawaii, Kalakaua I, Dollar and Half-Dollar, 1883. About 
fine. 


AR Russia, Roubles, Peter II, 1727 (lettered edge), 1728; Anne, 
1732, 1733; Elizabeth, 1744, 1752 (Davenport 1667, 1668, 
1670, 1671, 1677, 1678). Mostly fine. 


-R —— Roubles, 1728, very fine, 1818, 1859, 1883, 1924; 
Nicholas I, 14-Roubles, 1836, #-Rouble, 1838 (Davenport 
1668, 281, 290, 291, 301, 284). Fine or better. 


A Japan, Mutsuhito, Yen (Yeo. A25) (10); China, Sun Yat Sen, 
Dollars (Yeo. 15) (15). Mostly very fine, some better. 


JR China, Sun Yat Sen, Dollars (13), junk on reverse (Yeo. 27); 
Yuan Shikai, Dollars (10) (Yeo. 19). Fine and very fine. 


Russia, miscellaneous AR and AZ, mostly 19th century (142). 
Mostly fine, some better. 


Canada, AX, AZ and Ni coins from Victoria to George VI (158). 
Mostly fine, a few better. 


14 


25 


23 


142 


158 


Lor 


366 


367 


368 


369 


370 


371 


372 


373 


374 


375 


376 


377 


378 


379 


380 


381 


382 


27 


Ni Coins of the world (830). Many very fine. 

AR Coins of the world, mostly dollar size (16). Mostly fine. 
British Colonial coins, mostly Ai (345). Mostly very fine. 

AZ Commemorative medals (58). Mostly very fine. 

Box containing scales and weights by Young & Son (19th cent.). 


AR Crowns, 1684 sExTo, 1692 QvinTo, 1889, 1891, 1894 LVII, 
and 1935. 


fR Tuscany, Cosimo III Medici, Piastra, 1683; Malta, Emmanuel 


830 


345 


58 


1 


Pinto, 30-Tari, 1757. Very fine. 2 
AR France, Louis XV, Ecu aux 8 L’s, 1725T, Nantes. Very fine. 1 
China, Shanghai, AR Tael issued by Wang Yung Sheng bank in 
1856, four-line Chinese inscription each side (Kann 900). 
Extremely fine. 1 
Coins of the world in Ai, etc. Many fine. 1,000 
Coins of the world in A, etc. Many fine. 1,000 
Coins of the world in , etc. Many fine. 1,000 
Coins of the world in Ai, etc. Many fine. 1,000 
Coins of the world in AN, etc. Many fine. 1,000 
Commemorative medals: A® Cromwell, bust r., vev. impressed 
B 1599, P 1653, D 1658; AR Anne, Expedition to Vigo Bay, 
1702; Queen Anne’s Bounty, 1704; Battle of Almedara, 
1710; George II, Queen Caroline Coronation, 1727; Coro- 
nation, 1727 (M.I. 20, 63, 218, 10, 4); George IV, Corona- 
tion. Mostly extremely fine. 7 
Ai Eighteenth Century tokens, Halfpennies (74), Farthing (1). 
Mostly very fine, many extremely fine. 75 
AE Eighteenth Century halfpenny tokens (75). Mostly very fine, 
many extremely fine. 75 


13 


15 


15 


23 


27 


38 


36 


26 


32 


21 


18 


32 


32 


0 


383 


384 


385 


386 


387 


388 


389 


390 


391 


392 


28 


#2 Seventeenth Century tokens: Wales, unpublished, Aber- 
gayney, John Stephens 4d.; Carmarthen, Dawkine Gove 
jd., David Jones $d.; Haverfordwest, John Fowler 4d.; 
Hay, William Jones 4d.; others, W.1, 7, 8, 11 (2), 12, 18, 
17, 24, 25, 34 (2 var.), 40, 44, 45, 46 (2), 54, 57 (2), 62, 
64, 71 (2), 78, 90. Mostly about fine, a few better. 


—— Wales, unpublished, Llandilo, John Edwin; Pwllheli, Hugh 
Lloyd; Welshpool, Charles Jones; Wrexham, Robert Jack- 
son; others, W.6, 8, 10, 11 (2), 12, 20, 24, 30, 37, 42 (2), 
44, 45, 46, 54 (2), 57, 63 (2), 71, 73, 82 (holed), 83. Mostly 
about fine, a few better. 


—— Yorkshire, W.13, 19, 28 (2), 32, 36, 44, 46, 65 (2), 77, 
78, 109, 123, 124, 129, 130, 177 (3), 178, 182, 184, 189, 
197, 221 (2), 260, 266, 272, 290, 305, 327, 338 (2), 349 (3), 
365, 371 (2), 372, 375, 379 (2), 382, 397, 406, 411, 412, 
414, 420, 431, 441. A few fine. 


—— Derbyshire, unpublished, Alfreton, Timothie Coats; others, 
W. 18, 24, 31, 40, 59, 64, 84, 98, 105, 108, 110 (3), 114 (3); 
Nottingham, W.31, 32, 46; Wiltshire, W.12; others of 
Cornwall (8), Cumberland (1), Westmorland (1). Mostly 
fine. 


—— Tokens of unusual shape, octagonal (9), square (1), heart- 
shape (5). Mostly fine. 


Album containing a collection of German Notgelt. 
Congo, Katanga cross in copper. 


Coronation and Jubilee medals, large size, AX (10), AZ (8), in 
cases; other commemorative medals, AR (2), A® and white 
metal (3); also three cases containing wax impressions of 
seals. Mostly extremely fine. 


Modern cabinet, fitted trays to hold coins and containing 156 
British Colonial AZ and Ni; a box of 1,000 coins of the 
world, mostly in Ni and Al; others, similar (725), in 


envelopes. 1, 


Coins of the world, also a few medals, AR (8), A® (744), all have 
been cleaned; German porcelain coins (13). 


31 


28 


55 


41 


15 


Lor 


26 


881 


765 


Lot 


393 


394 


395 


396 


397 


398 


399 


400 


401 


402 


403 


29 


Miscellaneous collection of medals, including some large pieces 
concerning printing. Mostly very fine. 


Miscellaneous collection of silver medals. Mostly fine. 
Miscellaneous collection of Foreign Crowns. Mostly fine. 


South Africa Republic, Crown, 1892, double shaft, good; 2/6d. 
(8), 2/- (12), 1/- (19), 6d. (12), 3d. (8), 1d. (10); imitation 
Ponds (5), Half-Pond (1). A few mounted, mostly fine. 


Miscellaneous collection of silver coins, including some Indian 
Rupees. Mostly fine. 


Siam, bullet money (14), some mounted; bronze weights (25); Ka 
Kim (2), both very fine; Annam, small silver bar; Mexico, 
Axe currency (5 pieces), very fine. 


‘ Ex Wayte Raymond Collection. 


Spain, Alfonso XII, 5-Pesetas, 1883, fine; Alfonso XIII, 5- 
Pesetas, 1891, very fine; Puerto Rico, 40, 20, 10 Centavos, 
1891, all mint state; Mexico, Charles IV, Proclamation 
4-Reales, 1789, very fine; Switzerland, 5-Francs, 1922, fine; 
Curacao, Proof 4, 1/10th Gulden, 24, 1 Cent, 1947, bril- 
liant mint state; N.E.I., 4-Gulden, 1802, 1/15th-Gulden, 
1802; Utrecht, Gulden, 1794, very fine. 


‘, All ex Wayte Raymond Collection. 


Head, B. V., Historia Numorum, 1911 (binding damaged); Hill, 
G. F., Coins of Ancient Sicily, 1903; other books, mostly 
on modern coinages (7). 


A large parcel of Coin Sale Catalogues, many priced; Seaby’s 
Coin and Medal Bulletins and other books and pamphlets 
relating to coins. 


Murdoch Collection, sale catalogues bound in one volume, hand 
priced (water damaged); Montague Collection, 3 vols.; 
Plates of the English, Scottish, etc. coins in the Pembroke 
Collection, 1746, half-calf and gilt. 


Smith, A. M., Encyclopedia of Gold and Silver Coins of the 
World; other books on coins (5). 


LOT 


27 


23 


77 


LOT 


47 


14 


LOT 


17 


13 


24 


34 


62 


54 


10 


13 


12 


30 
Lot 


21 0 0 404 Walnut cabinet, 18in. x 26in. x 14in., fitted 29 trays to hold 


coins of various sizes, each with glass tops; another, smaller, 
fitted 14 plain trays (several missing) and two drawers. 2 


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